Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Adam"

People with the first name "Adam"

Adam A. Macintyre Adam Abin Adam Alfert Adam Asadoorian Adam Ascher Adam Avina Adam Baldinger Adam Basan Adam Bleasdale Adam Bobs Adam Bowes Adam Bracey Adam Börner Adam C. Algor Adam Catling Adam Chwick Adam Clyne Adam Corzine Adam Czolowski Adam D. Davis Adam Dafoe Adam Dolman Adam Drewyor Adam Drinkell Adam Ducote Adam Duriš Adam Edmundson Adam Engert Adam F. Backhaus Adam Farrugia Adam Featherling Adam Fryer Adam G. Jones Adam Garfield Adam Garon Adam Givens Adam Glassman Adam Glowan Adam Gospodarczyk Adam Gow Adam Grater Adam Gullett Adam Hanbury Adam J. Huels Adam Jago Adam Jarmin Adam Jesus Adam Joffe Adam Kelloway Adam Kendler Adam Knutsen Adam Kocaj Adam Kosek Adam Krisher Adam Limbach Adam Lupienski Adam M. Irwin Adam Marszalkowski Adam Mbulawa Adam Mcmonagle Adam Moeser Adam Mojica Adam Molden Adam Mullock Adam Nadauld Adam Nekulak Adam Nocon Adam Noh Adam Otten Adam Ouimet Adam Ozturk Adam Papi Adam Petkus Adam Poots Adam Reiners Adam Rozpara Adam Savick Adam Schwebel Adam Spoors Adam Statkiewicz Adam Szafran Adam Tahiri Adam Tas Adam Teodorczyk Adam Trendell Adam Tuck Adam Ulrike Adam Učeň Adam Vancour Adam Vuolo Adam Wenker Adam Wernette Adam Wiederholt Adam Willey Adam Wons Adam Wostal Adam Yakubu Adam Zeffert Adam Zeiberg Adam al-Azawi

Information about "Adam"

Name-day: 24.12.

For this Adam there are 0 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Adam are: Barish, Aanstad, Adam

In the ranking of the most common first names Adam is on position 62.

During the last seven days Adam was searched for 379 times.

Meaning of "Adam"

Male first name (German, English, French, Polish, Russian, Arabic): Adam, Man, Hebrew (Old Testament); adamah = the red earth, the earth, adam = man; adom = red; origin uncertain clarified, perhaps from Hebrew 'adam' (red) in the Bible, Adam is the progenitor of mankind, because Adam was created by God from earth, it is in the Bible, a word play on Hebrew 'adamah' (red earth), is used by the Jews themselves understood not as a first name, but is the word for 'man'

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